Run Your Outdoor Advertising Business with Peace of Mind
In another advancement for the digital billboard industry, Watchfire Signs announces the launch of its MV Class, a new billboard option with a five-year guarantee to maintain uniformity and brightness in the field. Watchfire’s MV Class billboards are available for order August 23, 2016.
Benefits of the MV Class include a five-year brightness guarantee, a five-year uniformity guarantee, a five-year parts warranty, a five-year labor warranty and a money back guarantee – benefits unmatched by any other product in the world, at any price.
“This gives our customers the ultimate peace of mind that they own a digital billboard that is fully covered and will perform like new after five years. It’s unprecedented. Our MV Class provides five years of this assurance and our MX Class, which was introduced in 2015, offers ten full years of the same one-of-a-kind benefits,” said Darrin Friskney, Watchfire’s Vice President of Digital Outdoor and Marketing.
The MV Class is designed, engineered and built at Watchfire’s headquarters in Danville, Ill., using proprietary technology that quantitatively measures and adjusts a billboard’s brightness and uniformity, both in the factory and in the field over the course of its operation. For the new MV Class, Watchfire guarantees these levels will be accurately maintained for at least five years, or the owner will be issued a cash refund.
In addition, Watchfire’s MV Class parts warranty covers five years of both parts and labor, something Friskney says is a natural fit for the company, and further enhances financial returns for customers. "We have a history spanning more than 80 years in the outdoor signage industry, and we've been building digital billboards for almost a decade.”
Friskney continued, “We manufacture and support our digital boards so that our customers can rest easy knowing they’ve made a smart choice. Watchfire products optimize return on investment for their companies and allow them to concentrate on the operation of their businesses – not their digital displays. Owning a digital billboard shouldn’t be hard.”